I decided to launch P2S RUGBYWORKS here in Western Australia in response to three life changing events that have re-shaped my outlook on what is important to me. Firstly, I suffered a major stroke in 2014. Part of my mental and physical recovery from that stroke was to undertake a gruelling 14 day trek across England from west to east with 11 very special friends.



Rob is passionate about small business and assisting them to reach their goals. Rob has extensive experience, both here and overseas (London & Bermuda), in both audit roles (including KPMG, Deloitte and Ernst & Young) as well as senior financial roles in publicly listed businesses.

Bob Dayman

Head of Coaching

Born and raised in country Western Australia. Educated at Nungarin Primary School and Merredin Senior High School. Heavily involved in playing sport, Australian Rules Football, Cricket, Tennis, Golf Hockey and Athletics over a sixty-year period. Selected to play in the Eastern Districts representative Country Week Australian Rules Country Week Team in 1972.

Guy Saayman

Operations Director

Teleisia Tatafu

Community Engagement Lead

Hello All, my name is Teleisia Tatafu and I am a crazy but passionate Rugby Mum! Besides rugby however, I have a love for seeing kids achieve, learn and strive to do their best. How and why I joined P2S RugbyWorks? Here is my story:

Peter Grant

Employability Manager

Luke McConville

Training and Awards Alignment Officer

Born in Perth, Western Australia, I have an infectious passion for all things aviation, especially as a wannabe airline pilot. I am also a firm believer in the continuous learning cycle and the value of mentoring, especially with young people. I put two and two together at the start of 2012 as a member of the Australian Air Force Cadets, the nation’s largest aviation-oriented youth organisation, firstly pursuing my own development to the highest cadet rank in a critical unit-scale training-management position as a teenager, and now extending these skills as an instructor of cadets.

Kym Hape


Kia Ora my name is Kym I born & bred along the East Coast of New Zealand. I grew up in a small Bach on a huge farm & attended one of the smallest primary schools in NZ called Potaka. Connection, Love & Humble beginnings played a huge part in my upbringing. Meaning from day dot I always knew who I was and where I came from, appreciating my culture, helping others & being greatful for everything I had.

Andrew Roberts

Senior Coach

Born in Perth in 1965 as the middle child between two sisters and raised in Dandaragan on ‘Kayanaba’ on our 6th generation family farm. Growing up in a small community with both parents committed to family and community life a solid foundation, a bench mark, was created for my upcoming adult life. I now know how fortunate I was spending my childhood outdoors, attending the small and intimate local primary, coming home to a committed and loving family, always feeling safe and cared for.

Alan Finlayson

Senior Coach

Born in Edinburgh, Scotland (1951) I attended the local primary school and graduated from Forrester Senior Secondary in 1967. I was accepted into the British Army in the same year and attended the Army Apprentice College in Harrogate for the next three years. Graduating in 1970 as an Electronics Technician (Royal Signals). I saw service in Hong Kong, New Zealand, West Germany, England and Holland. Throughout my service I was a keen participant in the great game of rugby, playing for both military and civilian clubs.

Steve Hatchett


Richard Brown


Richard Brown Wallaby #828 Australian Rugby Union Player Born in Queensland and brought up on a property between Mount Isa and Townville, from an early age Richard, a country kid, was used to physical work. He rode horses, mustered cattle and shot the wild pigs that polluted the cattle troughs. This background was to stand him in good stead when he went to high school in Brisbane and took to rugby and found his passion.

Ana Tamanui